On Monday we were looking for an adventure and we were honestly looking for great pictures that Ed could take. That turned out to be an entire day of scouting the Roanoke […]
Colorful Chaos The Journey
This blog covers various topics and issues. Some are personal in nature. Before publishing each blog, WE (both Ed and I), have discussed the content. We both have given permissible use!
Not everything is always in black and white. Join us on our journey as we battle incurable invisible illnesses. We are seeking mental freedom as we prepare to unwind and unravel amongst nature. Raising awareness for Polycythemia Vera and Invisible Illnesses such as Mental Health, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Diabetes, along with a variety of other “silent” struggles that we may deal with along the way, will be a focal point for us.
We are not going to let these illnesses hold us down, even if this means dying on the road, we will live while dying!
During our journey we need support. The support of each other, family, friends, followers, readers!
Join us along the way as our lives take twists and turns.
This past week was very uneventful, we were headed for Mabry Mills and due to the dreary weather that ended up being a total bust. That was Monday. On Tuesday, late day, […]
https://teespring.com/stores/colorful-chaos-the-journey-2 We have updated our merchandise for the weekend and reduced our pricing. Please take a look and place your order. Remember that you are supporting the “journey” as well as helping […]
Yesterday evening was pretty exciting! Our Colorful Chaos The Journey bracelets arrived. We are selling our bracelets for $5.00 each. They come in a size 7 inch and a size 8 inch. […]
What is a chronic illness? What is an invisible illness? Often times our family, our friends, our coworkers, acquaintances, and even our partners do not understand what chronic illness is much less […]
Hello faithful followers and welcome new friends! This week’s blog is going to focus on our trip to the Turk Mountain in Shenandoah National Park. Shenandoah National Park is located in Luray, […]
If you are caught up on our blog you are aware that Ed and I are battling uncurable invisible illnesses. We made the decision months ago not to let these illnesses define […]
This week our adventure took us to the Natural Bridge, located pretty much in our own backyard. It took us about 2 hours to get there from where we are located, the […]
Exploring places in our own backyard. Enjoying new sights and history.
What led to the RV decision you may ask? Great question. We are both sick, yes, that sounds absolutely insane, right? Two sick people wanting to live in an RV and travel […]